Jalani Morgan obtained his credentials with the promise of showing the game with a new view-- a view, I believe, that only a great shooter and avowed fan like Jalani could get-- and here is the result. The photos may pop with an alacrity that belies the Juneness of the affair, but I like to think that it's the softness of mid-summer that allowed him inside: the game relaxing to let itself be seen. These photos are the first in a series that will continue the rest of the major league season. Enjoy. VIEW PHOTOS
OUR LIVE SUBSCRIPTION TELETHON WAS A HUGE SUCCESS !!!
Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make it happen, came to the Gladstone, watched online, called in to Subscribe. We had over 100 subscriptions and raised almost $25k in donations!! Wow.
You can support the paper and the writers, illustrators and photographers in the catchment a fair and equitable rate, an essential part of the West End Phoenix plan to sustain the voices of artists in our neighbourhoods.
We are a non-profit, patron-supported, ad-free publication supported by the wild minds of devoted readers. Subscribe and receive a year’s worth of West End Phoenix delivered to your door.
BUT GOOD LUCK'
Slow print, small run, mighty and true, the non-profit West End Phoenix is a community newspaper dreamed up by writer and Rheostatic Dave Bidini, giving voice to the swirl of neighbourhoods that make up one of North America’s fastest evolving catchments.
Patron-supported and ad-free — and devoted to the magic and power of print — the Phoenix invites you to join the chorus of readers around the city as well as Canada’s best writers, photographers and illustrators as we produce a new monthly broadsheet for our times.